Iowa DOT News Release



Iowa Transportation Commission approves funding for State Recreational Trails Program

Posted on: October 09, 2018

DECORAH, Iowa – Oct. 9, 2018 – Today the Iowa Transportation Commission approved $1,309,100 for five State Recreational Trails Program projects. The State Recreational Trails Program was created in 1988 with the purpose of developing and maintaining recreational trails and trail-related facilities for both motorized and non-motorized trail users. This funding is available to cities, counties, state agencies, local governments, and nonprofit organizations through an annual application-based program.

The projects and approved funding amounts are listed below. 

Cedar Valley Nature Trail Wolf Creek Bridge Replacement
(Black Hawk County Conservation Board) 
                    $360,000
   
Connecting Fort Madison! Phase 3-Community Hospital Connector 
(Fort Madison)
                    $91,100
   
Davis County Regional Trail Construction-Phase 3 (Davis County and Davis County Trails Council)                     $230,000
   
Heart of Iowa Nature Trail-Slater to Huxley Hard Surfacing and Trail  Improvements (Story County Conservation Board)                     $300,000
   
Lake Belva Deer Area Trail-Phase 3 (Keokuk County and Keokuk County Highway Department)                     $328,000

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For more information, contact Yvonne Diller at 515-239-1252 or yvonne.diller@iowadot.us


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